Displaying items by tag: consumer electronics

Just before the massive Black Friday and pre-Christmas sales season, Canon has unveiled its market-leading five-year warranty, showing it really stands behind its products, confirming as always that price alone has never been the ultimate determinant of value.

Published in Home Tech

Global IT and consumer electronics market channel group AltoStratos has launched a $25 million capital raising ahead of a planned listing on the Australian Stock Exchange.

Published in Listed Tech

IFA 2018 has seen Samsung, LG and TCL showcase 8K TVs, with Samsung promising its Q900R TV delivers "real 8K resolution" so you can "experience realistic and life-like images and sounds".

Published in Home Tech

The Consumer Technology Association's annual report now includes streaming services, projected to contribute US$19.5 billion in revenue, with the full video of the presentation to the media available below.

Published in Home Tech

LG's vision is to become a human-centred AI company, and it has put its ThinQing cap on with all of its 2018 devices to take on the new ThinQ branding.

Published in Development

When technology becomes so ubiquitous and advanced that it melts into the background of life and even becomes invisible, that’s the ultimate “new normal”, but before we get there, Samsung’s “new normal” is here.

Published in Your Tech

Global consumer electronics company Hisense, the parent company of Hisense Australia, has been named as the official television sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Published in Strategy

Australian global satellite communications and network services provider SpeedCast has secured a contract to provide a fully managed network service to a Middle East global oilfield service company for 10 sites in the UAE and Oman, as an expansion to current services in other regions.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 11 February 2016 00:35

Haptics: the touching way to do things with feeling

A new report says that ‘more players getting into touch with emerging haptics’ in the fields of automotive, VR, AR, robotics and other consumer sectors besides.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 22 January 2016 02:47

Oh, vroom! Ovum’s 10 trends from CES 2016

Yes, the auto industry is one of those ten trends, with Ovum’s Rob Gallagher sharing that and nine others set to give 2016 a ‘tech-tonic’ shift!

Published in Home Tech

A newly published report paints a gloomy picture for the consumer electronics industry with heightened data security concerns, falling demand for smartphones and tablet PCs, and stagnant growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) market hitting the industry hard.

Published in Internet of Things
Monday, 05 October 2015 19:23

Nuance, Samsung expand partnership

Nuance Communications Australia has extended its strategic partnership with Samsung which will see the electronics giant market Nuance document imaging solutions.

Published in Resellers
Thursday, 09 July 2015 13:15

Newton heads up Samsung marketing

Samsung has a new chief marketing officer for its Australian business, promoting Phillip Newton to the position.

Published in People Moves

Consumer electronics company Soniq is causing shockwaves with its new Bluetooth speaker, the Rock 7, new Cyberast digital signage for businesses and a home AV installation service.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 11 December 2014 15:16

VIDEO: HTC RE camera gets real in OZ for $249

Finally available in Australia, HTC's very cool little RE camera that delivers a stunning new take on GoPro-style action cameras but for everyday use - and it’s finally on sale down under.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 18:42

Panasonic restructures consumer electronics business

Panasonic has restructured its Consumer Electronics Group in Australia and appointed a new director to head up that part of its business.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 09:07

Kogan hatches Collingwood TV

One of the definitions of a bogan involves owning a TV that's wider than your washing machine, and if that's true there are an awful lot of bogans in Australia (including this writer).

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 02 April 2012 06:44

Digital radio sales ahead of forecasts

Australians are increasingly listening to digital radio broadcasts, with 1.2 million people, on average, tuning in to digital broadcasts every week, ahead of the original forecasts for the fledgling industry.

Published in Entertainment

Ninefold®, the Australian public cloud compute and cloud storage company, is offering business and individuals with an online presence the opportunity to generate revenue while they sleep, via the Ninefold Affiliate Program, now launched.

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